There's little to be gained in avoiding service. A suit has to be defended. It could be a subpoena of some sort (although that would be unusually fast).
Accept them, take them to your employer and/or the town's insurer. Your employer will handle it from there.
Who called the cops? As Tom mentioned, if the victim doesn't show up but an independent witness does respond to the summons... then you can still be convicted.
Also, battery doesn't require any amount of damage - just the unwanted touching is usually enough to convict. NRS 200.481: "Battery" means any willful and unlawful use of force or violence upon the person of another.
1. DUI School: lrssystems.com
2. Victim Impact Panel: http://newbeginningscounselingcenters.com/services
3. $585 fine
Like Ben mentioned, perhaps an alcohol addiction evaluation (which brings more classes and perhaps counseling).
There might be an additional fine for the 'due care' although often that will be negotiated out with the DUI plea.
If your job is as a delivery person, it appears that you have a worker's compensation claim rather than a personal injury claim. Call a worker's compensation lawyer, they usually have free consultations.
And do it FAST since there are usually limitations on how long you have to report an injury (like ONE WEEK).
You need to consult a civil rights attorney in Bakersfield immediately.
Also, she needs to report what happened ASAP and visit a hospital, if she hasn't already.
The more time passes between your recording the events through police reports and getting checked out by a "rape" facility that does examinations for victims, the less likely any civil case is.
Your insurance will handle your own property damage claim.
Tell the prosecutor you want diminished value as part of your restitution in the criminal case. It's a long shot, but the judge might give you something if you can prove your loss. You would need an appraisal.
In Nevada you only have one year from discovery of your injury to file a medical malpractice lawsuit. Also, Nevada medical malpractice cases require an expert in the same practice area to write you an affidavit that they believe it was malpractice, which costs a lot of money and several weeks to several months of preparation time.
So if you are interested in pursuing a claim you need to act quickly, because any attorney you hire will have to hire medical experts, likely an obstetrician in...